Gore is a Miami native and played his college ball at The U
Person familiar with the negotiations says NFL active rushing leader Frank Gore has agreed to terms with the Miami Dolphins
Frank Gore, fifth all-time in career rushing yards, has signed a one-year deal with the Miami Dolphins.
Frank Gore is going home. Gore, the longtime veteran running back who was born in Miami, grew up in the area and played college ball for the Miami Hurricanes, has signed with the Dolphins. It’s a one-year deal for Gore, who will turn 35 in May and may only have one more year left in [more]
Frank Gore is joining the Dolphins 14 years after he finished his college career at Miami. Frank Gore has signed with the Miami Dolphins, as first reported by Sirius XM’s Craig Mish. It’s a new place for Gore in the NFL, but a return to home. Show More Summary
Defensive end William Hayes has signed a one-year contract to remain with the Miami Dolphins
Frank Gore has already been excellent in Miami. Now, he’s at least considering trying it again. According to Adam Schefter of ESPN, the veteran running back is visiting the Dolphins today, returning to the scene of his college stardom. Of course, Gore left the University of Miami after the 2004 season, and has racked up [more]
When people hear the name Ricky Williams, football is likely not the first thing they think of. And that’s just fine for the former Miami Dolphins running back. Williams gave a substantial amount of money to the league due to his habit of smoking weed, getting tested, and being fined after failing multiple drug tests. Now […]
The Dolphins have re-signed exclusive rights free agent Jordan Lucas. They tendered the defensive back and special teams player last week. Lucas, a sixth-round pick in 2016, began last season on Miami’s practice squad before being promoted to the active roster on October 3. He has played in 19 games over the past two seasons. [more]
Former Miami Dolphins offensive lineman Jonathan Martin has pleaded not guilty to threatening former teammates who had harassed him in the NFL
Recruiting overtures from the Rams began last week, just after the Miami Dolphins released five-time Pro Bowl defensive lineman Ndamukong Suh. Hall of Fame running back Eric Dickerson made the initial pitch. Then newly acquired Rams cornerback Aqib Talib, winner of a Super Bowl title with the Denver...
The former New England Patriots slot receiver struck a two-year deal worth $12 million with the Miami Dolphins. We look at the fantasy implications. The Miami Dolphins will have plenty of talent in the receiving corps next season. Last week, they signed former New England Patriots wide receiver Danny Amendola to a two-year $12 million deal. Show More Summary
The former Kansas City Chiefs receiver agreed to a three-year, $24 million with Miami. We break down the fantasy impact. The Miami Dolphins lost a weapon in the slot when Jarvis Landry left the team for the Cleveland Browns this free agency period. Show More Summary
“Lolita the killer whale has lived at Miami Seaquarium since 1970. Do the conditions of her confinement, including sharing her tank with dolphins that engage in inappropriate sexual behavior, amount to ‘harm’ and ‘harassment’ in violation of federal statute? The Eleventh Circuit says no.” [John Ross, Short Circuit, on PETA v. Show More Summary
The Rams’ defensive line, which features reigning NFL defensive player of the year Aaron Donald, could possibly add another marquee name. Ndamukong Suh, released last week by the Miami Dolphins, is expected to visit the Rams this week, a person with knowledge of the situation said. Suh, 31, is...
The Dolphins continue to ponder what to do with Ndamukong Suh and have not ruled out releasing the defensive tackle, Barry Jackson of the Miami Herald reports. Miami, per Jackson, is trying to determine whether to restructure Suh’s contract — if he is willing — or cut him. Suh has a cap hit of $26.1 [more]
The Miami Dolphins find themselves as a crossroads, as they are still not sure what to do with Ndamukong Suh. Barry Jackson of the Miami Herald reports the team has not ruled out just releasing the often controversial defensive tackle. The former No. 2 overall pick signed a six-year, $114 million contract with the Dolphins after spending […]
The 2011 draft pick is headed to Miami.
In four years in South Beach, Jarvis Landry has been spectacular at his position, hauling in a career best 112 catches last season for Miami. Despite his success on the field, the Miami Dolphins plan to meet with the wide receiver’s agent this week to discuss his future with the team that might send him […]
The Miami Dolphins placed the non-exclusive franchise tag on wide receiver Jarvis Landry last week. However, Landry did not immediately sign the tender, which would pay him $16.2 million for the 2018 season. That immediately sparked rumors that the cap-crunched Dolphins are looking to trade Landry to a team who is willing to give him […]